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CDC Confirms Negative Ebola Results for Yale Student

NBC Connecticut - 16 Oct 2014
A Yale University doctoral student hospitalized for treatment of Ebola-like symptoms has tested negative for the virus, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed Friday afternoon, according to the New Haven mayor's office. The student ...
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Instagram 'Guidelines' in Need of Medical Review

American Council on Science and Health - 13 Sep 2017
At Yale, she was President of the Yale Science and Engineering Association, majored in American Studies and concentrated in media and film, spending her final year researching her senior essay entitled, "Ebola: The Making of an Epidemic"-- exploring ...
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Correction: Humanitarian Response-Brown story

Huron Daily Tribune - 27 Aug 2017
The two-day workshop began Friday, and is drawing representatives from the United Nations, the U.S. Agency for International Development, universities including Harvard and Yale, the International Committee of the Red Cross and other humanitarian ...
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Cecilia Trujillo

Monterey County Weekly - 31 Aug 2017
In sixth grade, I misspelled “ebola.” In seventh grade, I misspelled “ameliorate.” In eighth grade I won with “paradigm.” Winning the spelling bee was my ultimate goal, but I kept losing. I knew if I tried I could keep going and win. I moved a place ...
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How to fall to your death and live to tell the tale

The Week Magazine - 03 Sep 2017
We fear terror attacks, shark bites, Ebola outbreaks, and other minutely remote dangers, yet more than 420,000 people die worldwide each year after falling. Falls are the second-leading cause of death by injury, after car ...
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Clinic Lawsuit Challenges Ebola Quarantines

Yale News - 08 Feb 2016
The Legal Services Organization at Yale Law School, Connecticut residents, and their representatives filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court on Monday, February 8, 2016 challenging a pattern and practice of unlawful quarantine of travelers from ...
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Gradual environmental change is an ally to viral pathogens

Yale News - 01 Feb 2017
How viruses like Ebola, influenza or even the common cold adapt is a question that affects the health of everyone on earth. A new Yale University study reveals that gradual exposure to new host species leads to major genetic changes in these pathogens ...
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Students Urge CDC to Modify Proposed Quarantine Regulations

Yale News - 21 Dec 2016
“Our government must learn from its missteps during the 2014 Ebola crisis, when health care workers and West African immigrants were needlessly quarantined despite never showing symptoms of Ebola,” said Roth. “During future pandemics ...
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Yale–ACLU Report Questions Ebola Quarantines

Yale News - 04 Dec 2015
“The Ebola quarantines and other movement restrictions put in place throughout the nation beginning in late 2014 were motivated by fear and by politics, not by medical science,” Gregg Gonsalves, Co-Director of the Yale GHJP says. “We need to learn from ...
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Connecticut Faces Lawsuit Over Ebola Quarantine Policies

New York Times - 07 Feb 2016
Dannel P. Malloy of Connecticut and the state's acting and former health commissioners on behalf of residents affected by Connecticut's Ebola quarantine policies, including two who were Yale graduate students. The complaint seeks unspecified damages ...
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US Retreats From Its Lead on Epidemic Preparedness

YaleGlobal Online - 27 Jun 2017
Massive in scope and fast-spreading, the Ebola epidemic in West Africa killed more than 11,300 people within 18 months. It weakened health systems and took a dreadful toll on the countries' economies and social systems. · The Zika virus, a mosquito ...
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The Corruption of Public Health

City Journal - 13 Sep 2017
Studies by Yale and Cornell researchers have found that local restrictions on the sale of vaping devices to minors have resulted in more teenagers smoking cigarettes. Yet the ...
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Yale researchers reveal Ebola virus spreads in social clusters

Yale News - 16 Dec 2014
Prior studies of Ebola transmission were based on models that assumed the spread of infection occurred between random pairs of individuals. However, because transmission of the virus happens most often in hospitals, households, and funeral settings ...
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Brain tumors may be new victims of Ebola-like virus

Yale News - 16 Apr 2015
Brain tumors are notoriously difficult for most drugs to reach, but Yale researchers have found a promising but unlikely new ally against brain cancers — portions of a deadly virus similar to Ebola. A virus containing proteins found in the Lassa virus ...

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